Good Fat Poetry Zine

I’ve had this idea to do a poetry zine for a long time as a sampler of the many poets I’ve had the pleasure of hearing and knowing over the last couple decades and it’s finally here. Submissions for Good Fat came from around the seacoast, deep into New Hampshire, as well as some from Maine and Mass. And I’ve enjoyed discovering lots of new poets in the process.

In this issue we have poems from Zachary Little, Lindsay Jean Elitharp, Richard Foerster, Kayla Cash, Marybeth McNamara, Crystal Paradis, John-Michael Albert, Theresa Madison Monteiro, Angela Whiting, Heidi Therrien, Alfred Nicol, Jonathan Stoker, Shane Morin, Wendy Cannella, Lauren Wb Vermette, Maren Tirabassi, Barbara Bald, George Jack, Alice B. Fogel, Midge Goldberg, Katherine Leigh, Todd Dowey, Tammi Truax, Samantha Hayford, Carla Desrosiers, Julie Dickson, Andrew Periale, Shir Haberman and myself (couldn’t resist)

Thank you Anna Nuttall for the gorgeous artwork on the cover!

The power of listening and being heard is a gift that this community of writers gives to each other month after month, year after year at the many local readings throughout the region. This zine is one more way to give that gift and to reach outside those circles as well.

Thank you Portsmouth Book and Bar for sponsoring this issue and helping to get it off the ground. The zine is available for purchase exclusively at Book & Bar for a whopping 3 bucks. Thank you Southport Printing Company in Portsmouth for a great print job at a sweet price. And Thank you Portsmouth Poet Laureate Program for all your support in making this poetry dream come true.

Submissions are already being taken for the next quarterly issue. Go to goodfatpoetryzine.com for more info!

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